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Sears Wants You to Stop Ignoring Malfunctioning Appliances Before They Break and You're Screwed

You know your dishwasher has been leaking for weeks now or maybe that the spin cycle on your dryer isn't quite drying your clothes as well as it used to. You've noticed the decline of your appliances, but you're trying to hold onto your fleeting moments with your 14-year-old dishwasher. Then the thing actually breaks, and now you're left frantically running to the store to replace that broken product.
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